Can anyone help me understand the relationship between the rotational speed of a disc when that disc is thrown as an anhyzer? I had always been under the impression that when throwing a disc, if you put more spin on the disc it will turnover or anhyzer for you. The more spin, the more turnover/anhyzer you get.
I actually had a local pro tell me that the more spin you put on a disc, the more stable it becomes and that did not make sense to me. Maybe I heard him incorrectly. I dunno.
I'm not that great at throwing anhyzers. When I try, usually with a mid-range disc like a Comet, Mako or Buzzz, I try to snap it as hard as I can to get that fast spin on it so the disc will keep turning over. Yet, I see other guys who don't seem to put as much effort into as I do and they get a much better anhyzer or turnover throw.